The Four Hindu Spiritual Rules About Life
The four Hindu Spiritual rules about Life
Very often life changes and events occur suddenly, and because of this, your life changes radically, for example, meeting a certain person, getting fired from your work, to suffer certain disease or have an accident of any kind, etc.
The 4 Laws of Spirituality in India tell us, with great wisdom, that nothing happens by chance, as if everything would already be programmed to understand a particular lesson in life or move on to the next.
These are the 4 laws:
The first law says:
“The person who comes is the right person.”
Nobody comes into our lives by chance, all the people around us, interacting with us, they are there for a reason, to make us learn and advance in each situation. Now, when someone has entered your life and do not know very well why you can see it this way.
The second law says:
“What happens is the only thing that could have happened”.
Nothing, absolutely nothing of what happens to us could have been otherwise. Even the smallest detail. What happened was the only thing that could have happened, and it must have been like that for us to learn that lesson and move on. Each and every one of the situations that happen in our lives are perfect, but for now we are not able to see it.
The third law says:
“Whenever it starts is the right time”.
It all starts at the right time, either before or after. When we are ready to start something new in our lives, that’s when starts. Impatience, intolerance, impulsivity only limit us in the sense that we cannot see the perfection of the events. Change this perception and change your feelings.
And the fourth and final Act:
“When something ends, it ends”
Just is. If something ended in our lives is for our good, for our evolution, and therefore is best left, go ahead and move forward, enriched with the experience. The simple fact that you’re reading this, you can indicate that now is the best time to let go and say goodbye.
After reading them, you may find a minimal response to some “coincidence” or facts that have happened in your life, whether they are incidental or unfortunate.